It wasn’t me either!!

Kravitz confirms authenticity of leaked Jackson song
Lenny Kravitz released a video Tuesday morning to address speculation about whether a newly leaked snippet of a song called “Another Day” is a collaboration between him and Michael Jackson.
“I wrote the song, I played all the instruments,” says Kravitz on the video released to TwitVid and The Wall Street Journal. Recording with Jackson, who died June 25, “was one of the most amazing musical experiences I’ve ever had,” he adds.
Kravitz says he doesn’t know the DJ whose voice is heard on the 90-second excerpt and the DJ had nothing to do with the recording.
Jackson fans anxious to hear the whole song will soon, says Kravitz. “All that is being worked out.” The rocker made the video while surrounded by tropical trees somewhere “in the bush.”
The “Another Day” fragment was leaked (“not by me,” says Kravitz) last weekend, but because Kravitz doesn’t appear on it, there was wholesale speculation of what it was and whether he was involved.
By Tuesday morning, Sony Music was busy yanking it from various websites for copyright infringement.
This could be the start of a cottage industry in 2010 Jackson leaks. Jackson’s manager Frank DiLeo told Rolling Stone magazine that Jackson left behind hard drives full of unreleased songs on which he collaborates with various musicians such as Ne-Yo, Akon and, as well as songs from the 1980s.
“There are a couple of songs we recorded for the Bad album that we had to cut that are just sensational,” DiLeo told the magazine, which calls “Another Day” a remake of Kravitz’s 2004 song “Storm.”
Last July, a 24-second fragment of a Jackson song called “A Place With No Name,” based in part on the America hit “A Horse With No Name,” also leaked online.